The timeless series consists of four works: "love me", "powerful", "future in the eyes" and "lively". The four works hardly differ in their intensity. They all appear timeless, each with their own personal touch. In these works, Jonas demonstrates his profound, personal relationship to his pictures and their messages, which are ready to be conquered. He focuses specifically on timelessness and thus lives in creative independence. Here he can fully develop and paint in another language. The visual language pursues the goal of being perceived as alive by the viewer, to let them feel love. Once this is achieved, the power and energy become visible to your eyes at the same moment.
Painting «love me»
«Love me». Love me how I am. love me your way Love me like there's nothing else in this world. Love me with all colors and forms of beauty. Love me 'cause that's what I want Love me, because without your heartbeat everything turns to ash. "Love me" is not a request, it is rather a deep human wish, firmly anchored in the soul, which longingly waits to be fulfilled and thus liberated.
Our being is shaped by wanting to provide unique services. We are created and have the ability to master things that seem otherworldly. Goals achieved through innovative performance can move mountains. Hidden deep within you is this ability to do this "powerfully" in order to reach the goal you believe in. You can rise above yourself in the most difficult moments and use energy and strength that you have not yet used. Your strength and your performance are far beyond your horizon.
Painting «future in the eyes»
The future is a universe that already exists but is yet to be discovered. Some claim to see something that has not yet arrived, others believe. Is the future a magical place? Something that makes us curious? As the saying goes, "I can see the future in your eyes." Or is it the individual idea that we carry within us and the associated idea of knowing the future?
The future is a mystery that inspires hope and promises an adventure for us to travel. The good thing about it: you always gain new insights on this journey.
As real and beautiful as we are, we can still become as alive and determined. Liveliness makes us human. We live in a paradise and yet we sometimes feel far away from this vitality that slumbers within us, dead as a tree in the desert. But a living thing can grow from a seed. It blossoms, grows and stretches its hands up to the clouds. This creation describes how something new, truly beautiful and alive grows out of something fallow and dead. Be alive and determined to be alive.
HATE OR LOVE
Hate and love, two totally opposite feelings, and yet are so close to each other in us. We can say something ugly and soon after something loving out of the same mouth. We cannot undo what we have said or written. It is done. Something loving is encouraging, comforting, or affirming love in a relationship to the recipient. Something ugly is destructive, hostile, or hurtful to the recipient. It can also result in an ordeal. Hate and love often collide, leaving a gray fog that slowly sinks into the valley and our words fall silent in the fog. Love turns honestly spoken words into miracles. Stormy times with hateful words are horrible and shadow people. Nevertheless, deep in our hearts there is a glimmer of hope that gives us wings and makes us strong for the world.
love will win
The work HARMONY stands for harmony, agreement and harmony. The harmony with nature stands for the growth of the vines and the interplay with the colors. The grape presents itself to the world in its ripeness and reveals its note in taste. It inspires the soul and invites you to enjoy this precious wine. Art and wine is a matching medium that creates an unforgettable harmony and accompanies you into a different atmosphere.
WINELOVER describes the endless love for wine. With its intensity and unique taste, the wine captivates the senses, warms the palate and gives you the feeling of freedom and serenity. The powerful play of colors describes the energy that Jonas Deubelbeiss felt while creating this work as well as the connection between art and wine. It unfolds something new, which contributes to the ease of thought if you focus on the glass.
Do we know who we are from start to finish? Are we in a process of finding who we really are? Jonas Deubelbeiss sees life like a grapevine. Life is the vine. We humans are the grapes, we begin to grow and ripen. The grape takes on color and shape. Intentionally or unintentionally, our selves take shape and character. After the grapes have been harvested, they are pressed and the ripening process produces a wine in all its beauty. In the end we are there with all of our potential, our abilities and our beauty. As human beings, we are unique. Like a bottle of wine that began with the vine and ends with its taste, color and beauty.